Omar, Kemi, and Tom discover Seb, the extra housemate who has been squatting in the loft ahead of the move in date. Tom threatens to call the police, but when Seb references his illegal sublet they are forced to work together. Despite starting on shaky ground, Seb almost wins them over by offering them a takeaway from Lagos Palace as a peace offering. Feeling confident that everyone has now settled in, Omar jets off to attend a sensual massage workshop in the hope of finding a soul mate, but after stripping to down to underwear for the class, things become too hot for Omar to handle. Meanwhile things in the flat are quickly heating up between Tom and Seb who come close to locking lips.

Flatshare is a new comedy-drama series by James Barber. Brought to life by the award-winning director, Grant Taylor. It’s an LGBT series that follows the trials and tribulations of four house mates living in Peckham.


Created and Written by James Barber
Directed by Grant Taylor
Produced by James Barber, Monica Y.Dee & Grant Taylor

Shaun Cowlishaw as Omar
Ani Nelson as Kemi
Andrew Rowe as Tom
& Nic Bernasconi as Seb


Luis Amalia as Mark
Nick Kientsch as Bodhi
& Ian Patrick as Martin


Daz Martin
Nick Field
Harry Qasimali
Danny Hurst

Edited by Gonçalo Sá Correia
Sound Design by Calum Bell
Score by Tom Greatorex, Chris Bassett-Downes & Richi Carter
Cinematography by Caleb Wissun-Bhide
Art Director - Elena Muntoni
Grade - Jack Kibbey Newman
Make up Artists - Nadia Becker, Katie Bridgeman & Frances Darvell-White
1st AD - Kashman Harris & Jordi Estapé
1st AC - Ezequiel Romero García
2nd AC - Edzus Viksna
Gaffer - Ash Lang Wen Li & Ilaria Falli
Sound Recordist - Cass Rutledge
Production Assistant - Ingrid Gaza & Darta Vijgrieze
Wardrobe - Maxine Kranck
Runners - Guy Prosser, Joseph Groves & Felicia Stalhammar